HOW TO BAKE A CICOES: Prepare ingredients ahead of time. Preheat oven to Hot. Then take one UW JISAO, add two universities and a handful of freshly picked research themes, stir in over 200 scientists from Corvallis to Fairbanks, bake at high pressure for sixty days….Read more
By Marcie Grabowski
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced today it has selected the University of Hawaiʻi to host NOAA’s Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research (CIMAR).
By Christine Clarridge, Seattle Times
After the hottest start to June in 42 years in Seattle and the third hottest overall — with temperatures reaching 86 and 85 degrees on Tuesday and Wednesday — cooler marine air is on the way with relief, according to the National Weather Service.
By Don Jenkins, Capital Press
Drought conditions have spread in Washington, the U.S. Drought Monitor reported Thursday, with one-third of the state suffering “severe drought” and forecasts predicting that a hot, early summer will follow the extraordinary dry spring.Continue Reading at Capital Press
By Lynda V. Mapes, Seattle Times
Washington has endured its fourth driest March and April since 1895 — and is heading into a drier and warmer than average summer, forecasts show.
By Sierra Dawn McClain, Capital Press
Drought plagues much of the West, but officials predict abundant water supplies this year for Pacific Northwest irrigators who rely on the Columbia River System.Continue Reading at Capital Press
Four University of Washington faculty members are among the leaders in academia, business, philanthropy, the humanities and the arts elected as 2021 fellows of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious honorary societies.Continue reading at UW News
By Angela King and Katie Campbell, KUOW
Wildfire season is off to an early start in the Northwest.Listen at KUOW